With the shakeup at West Virginia, numerous commitments have been put into disarray. That list includes Chatham (Va.) Hargrave Military Academy wide receiver Andrew Harris who is up in the air about his future now that Bill Stewart has taken over as head coach.
"I haven't heard from West Virginia yet," he said. "I was hoping to hear from Bill Stewart or someone else. I think I'm going to give it another week before I start setting up any visits."
At this juncture Harris continues to favor the Mountaineers.
"I do like them still," he stated. "That's where I know a lot of people and have family members there. They are a program that is looking for me to be a big impact receiver. I'm still waiting for their call. I'm worried about what the deal is."
With the move, other schools are seriously interested in the four-star prospect.
"Right after Rodriguez left West Virginia, Virginia offered me," he said. "I also just talked to one of the coaches from Ole Miss this week. I haven't set up any visits though."
Currently Harris is closing in on qualifying.
"I have a 19 on my ACT and I need a 22 with the GPA I have," he said. "I'm going to stay the whole year at Hargrave and get good grades so that I can get my GPA up and be automatically qualified wherever I go."